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Song Parodies -> "Propane"

Original Song Title:

"Cocaine"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Eric Clapton

Parody Song Title:

"Propane"

Parody Written by:

Cactus Impersonator

The Lyrics

I got the idea for this parody from the King of the Hill episode, "Meet the Propaniacs".
If you want to grill neat
Don't need to beat your meat
Propane
If you want to cook steak
Don't make a big mistake
Propane

She don't lie
She don't lie
She don't lie
Propane

If you're grilling hot dogs
Or even eating polliwogs
Propane
When your day is done
And you wanna grill on
Propane

She don't lie
She don't lie
She don't lie
Propane

[Bridge]

[Verse 3]
If your day is gone
And you want to grill on
Propane
Butane's a bastard gas
Gonna burn your ass
Propane

[Chorus]
She don't lie
She don't lie
She don't lie
Propane
She don't lie
She don't lie
She don't lie
Propane

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